Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F Advanced Premiere Tickets for US Limited Screening Now Available; Australian Release to Follow
Dragon Ball fans better hurry as Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F tickets are already available for the movie's limited screening. US screening is expected after it's Japan release. Australian release also expected afterwards, in late winter.
Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F was a huge blockbuster hit in Japan where it even surpassed the hit movie 'Furious 7' in the number 1 spot. After its Japan release, FUNimation has announced that the movie is now set to be released in selected US theaters in August 4-12. Tickets as well as screening locations for the movie are now available, in the movie's official website at www.dragonballz.com.
After its US release, it will proceed with its scheduled release in Australia, which will be facilitated by Madman Entertainment in late winter. Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection of F will be released in both Japanese with English subtitle, and English dubbed versions.
The story of the movie will reportedly pick up where "Battle of Gods" left off, and it will feature the wicked Frieza back to life, to seek revenge against Goku and Vegeta. It will also reportedly feature the return of the God of Destruction, Whis, and Lord Beerus/Bills. This time, Goku and Vegeta will aim for higher levels of strength to defend themselves, and the earth against the imminent danger.
Sean Schemmel will play as the voice of Goku, Christopher Ayres as Frieza, Christopher Sabat as Vegeta, Kyle Hebert as Ghan, Jason Douglas as Beerus, and Ian Sinclair as Whis.
Dragon Ball Z: Revival of F is the nineteenth movie from the franchise, and the fifteenth Dragon Ball Z movie. The movie was personally supervised by Dragon Ball series creator, Akira Toriyama, and is one of the two movies that he supervised. Fans are now advised to sign up in the Dragon Ball official website for more updates, and news about the movie.